Thursday, March 20, 2008

Not that I'd know any of this firsthand, but...

Here are a few things that you shouldn't ignore:

After asking your 2 year old what she's doing and the response is:
"Oh, I not doing nuffing, Mommy..."

A chair being pushed across the kitchen floor. Never leads to anything good. Especially if you keep gum on the counter....

A thud, a crinkling wrapper, a sudden quietness. None of these are good sounds. All lead to a jumping child from a high point, stolen candy, and the discovery of how fun it is to shoot tampons like "rocket launchers" across the room...

8 comments:

Kami said...

SNORT!

Thanks for the tips. I am positive they will come in handy.

:-)

Tonya said...

Oh no! Well those tampons can be fun toys ;)

Beck said...

Yes, any silence or mysterious noises from a 2 year old means RUN FAST.

Mom24 said...

I can't believe she's just two...she definitely seems very precocious! Even now that they're older, I never like it when my kids are quiet too long. It always means trouble. LOL

Marie said...

One more to add... a child walking down the hall with a large pile of folded bath towels!!

I wanna know how to shoot tampons with rocket launchers!! It's a lot better then what I've always done with 'em! :-))

Kristi said...

Ha! Silence is never a good thing. When my daughter is "playing" quietly, I know something's up.

Lis Garrett said...

"A chair being pushed across the kitchen floor. Never leads to anything good. Especially if you keep gum on the counter...."

Don't I know it!!

Rose Daughter said...

I know first hand about moving the chairs around, but hadn't thought of the tampons, oh boy. Thanks for the heads up.

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